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HIDDEN, FOURTH AND SMALLER GLACIERS
From the point of junction of the tributaries down to the glacier terminus the Fourth Glacier has a remarkably smooth surface over which one could travel with ease in any direction. In smoothness it reminds us of the Hidden and Variegated Glaciers in 1905.
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FIG. 16.   POTJBTH GLACIER IN 1906, BY CANADIAN BOXJNDABY SURVEY.
It resembles Hidden Glacier also in the general absence of moraine cover, but in this respect it is widely different from the Variegated Glacier.   Except for the lateral moraine on each margin of the glacier near the terminus, and the small medial moraine near the 11